This luminous and calm one-bedroom apartment has a terrace almost the same size! The flat is 66m2 and the terrace is 50m2 which is enough room to lounge outdoors and even have a small meal. The greenery helps bring peace and vegetation to such a dense city. Having a terrace this size is very rare in Paris!
Speaking of rare, there is also A/C throughout this beautiful abode. With modern mid-Century design throughout the flat and spurts of colors, this trendy flat has all the modern amenities to make you feel at home.
The living room is playful with this hint of yellow and rose. The sofa can fold out into a double sized sofa-bed which can sleep one guest. The window opposite the couch looks onto the large terrace. There are three antique pianos that belong to the owner (for decoration only - no one is allowed to use them).
Next to the living room, there is the open kitchen and dining area. The dining area has a table with designer acrylic clear chairs that can seat up to four people. The up-to-date open kitchen has everything you need to make a lovely Parisian meal.
The bedroom is composed of a queen-size bed with a TV with basic English news channels and plenty of storage space. Last, you will find the lovely bathroom with has a sink and walk-in shower. The separated W/C is located just next to it which is convenient.
The building is very secure with an elevator in the building. Ideally this flat is great for couples however it can accommodate up to three guests.
The Marais is a neighborhood that offers many complementary yet contrasting experiences for visitors. It sustains a thriving orthodox Jewish community with several of the oldest surviving synagogues in Paris. It is also home to a large gay community and serves as a fashion mecca.
The neighborhood marries the old with the new. It is home to the first paved road in the city, rue du Pave as well as the Centre Pompidou, perhaps the leading contemporary and modern art museums in the world, the famous Hotel de Ville, Place des Voges and the Picasso Museum are just to name a few.
Once could spend their entire stay in the Marais and still not discover everything that it has to offer. From the small one-way streets, plenty of cafes/restaurants, museums, gardens, etc., there is enough to keep you going for weeks!